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Limp as a dishrag, the lovely creature hung from Martin's arm and gazed up at her captor with idolatrous admiration.
THE EGO MACHINEHENRY KUTTNER
If we were soaked, the woods were wetter still, and everything normally inflammable seemed as water-logged as a dishrag.
IN THE OREGON COUNTRYGEORGE PALMER PUTNAM
Wash your dishrag and drying towel every day, and hang them up to dry in the sun.
They soon looked like a bifurcated dishrag, and taking them off, he threw them away.
A lonely bat, settled for the winter, hung like an old stiff dishrag from a beam.
PEE-WEE HARRIS ON THE TRAILPERCY KEESE FITZHUGH
Something hard and wet, like a wadded-up dishrag, had struck him squarely in the face.
We save a piece of bread for the last, with which we wipe up everything, and then eat the dishrag.
DIARY OF AN ENLISTED MANLAWRENCE VAN ALSTYNE
Can't you tell whether a man's guying you or whether you're being offered the biggest scoop your dull dishrag of a paper ever had?
Annie was reduced to the limpness of a wet dishrag by what we had overheard.

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